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Rīga Banns, Week of April 7, 1925

Part of my series of publishing the banns read in Rīga in the interwar period. See this post for more details.

April 7, 1925 (Latvijas Vēstnesis [Latvian Herald], April 8, 1925)

  • Military clerk Pēteris Mednis (Lubeja) and Elza Ceļmala (Gulbene)
  • Clerk Hugo Velens (Sigulda) and Irma Wilhelmina Ozoliņš (Rīga)
  • Military clerk Arnolds Vīksne (Ikšķile) and Marta Paulina Andersons nee Neulands (Rīga)
  • Military clerk Hermans Wilhelms Segliņš (Rīga) and Anna Otilija Eglītis (Ainaži)
  • Clerk Antons Dreimanis (Liepupe) and Anna Margareta Saulīte (Cēsis)
  • Telegraphist Wilhelms Libtovs (Rīga) and Anna Līve (Rīga)
  • Tin-smith Kārlis Goldbergs (Rīga) and Sofija Šiff (Krustpils)
  • Merchant Jānis Ganusks (Rīga) and Lucija Uzšalis (Vitaķi)
  • Merchant Mārtiņš Gurvičs (Vīšķi) and Minna Leventāls (Rīga)
  • Bookkeeper Kārlis Ričards Kabots (Rīga) and Melanija Elisabete Pētersons (Rīga)
  • Wood-sorter Arvīds Otto Krūze (Daugavgrīva) and Paulina Priedīte (Birži)

April 8, 1925 (Latvijas Vēstnesis [Latvian Herald], April 11, 1925)

  • Machinist Mārtiņš Krišjānis Lorenzs (Jelgava) and Karlīna Milda Delvers (Rīga)
  • Bookkeeper Pēteris Maksis Ribbe (Rīga) and Anna Olchovski (Warsaw)
  • Worker Grigorijs Radionovs (Rozentova) and Anfisa Petrova (Līvāni)
  • Worker Jānis Grišenko (Vitebsk) and Aleksandra Bedrīte nee Stepanova (Novgorod)
  • Tablemaker Jānis Boas-Bosiņš (Talsi) and Johanna Dupurs (Rīga)
  • Bookkeeper Aleksandrs Zariņš (Katvari) and Elfrīda Pakalnietis (Gaujiena)
  • Master Reinholds Novikovs (Daugavpils) and Berta Silbermanis (Kaunas)
  • Farmer Jāzeps Viščnevskis (Kaunas) and Brigita Resse (Bikova)
  • Shoemaker Aleksandrs Julius Grīnbergs (Jelgava) and Vera Afanasjeva (Rīga)
  • Student Alfreds Skroderis (Ērgļi) and Emma Katrīna Liberts (Dole)
  • Railway worker Jānis Rozenbergs (Valmiera) and Anna Jermolovičs (Ropaži)

April 11, 1925 (Latvijas Vēstnesis [Latvian Herald], April 15, 1925)

  • Worker Terentijs Lavrentjevs (Rīga) and Marija Svestoks (Rīga)
  • Building technician Julius Voldemārs Treidas (Kaunas) and Jevlampija Cīrulis (Bērzaune or Bērzone)
  • Sergeant Augusts Priedulans (Sēlpils) and Marija Paulina Greiners (Meņģele)
  • Farmer Pēteris Stabulnieks (Jasmuiža) and Anna Šlapakova (Gavra)
  • Cabman Ignats Ustinovs (Beržgale) and Anna Beresovskis (Rozenmuiža)

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1 comment to Rīga Banns, Week of April 7, 1925

  • Ben Svarups

    Hi,

    My great grand father was called Arnolds Vīksne and he married Marta Paulina Andersons. I have managed to find them both through google and on to your website. It’s been very interesting to see them appear on here.

    Do you know where I can find any more information on them?

    Thanks

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